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Should we change VISA policies for Islam followers

  1. cenarius27 profile image75
    cenarius27posted 5 years ago

    Should we change VISA policies for Islam followers

    Despite of being a very peaceful religion, Islam followers (huge population) are indulge in terrorism activities. Should we change the VISA policies for them? Many people will critisize this question and will consider me biased...but face it..it is true.

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  2. Disappearinghead profile image76
    Disappearingheadposted 5 years ago

    By this argument we should have changed visa policies for Irish Americans and American Catholics coming into the UK because a small number of them sponsored terrorism in Northern Ireland.

    No we cannot change visa policies for Muslims because of a minority of fundamentalists because by doing so we hand them a little victory.

  3. Rebecca2904 profile image78
    Rebecca2904posted 5 years ago

    No, not at all. I realise you're probably talking about the US and I'm not an American, but I think we have the same kind of issues in the UK too. Obviously the 7th July bombings in 2005 didn't have the same devastating effect as 9/11 but I think the percentage of Muslims who were behind these attacks or supported them is so small that it's practically insignificant. I think there have also been a lot of other terrorist attacks carried out by different groups, but they don't get as much press attention, so they're not thought to be as dangerous by the general public.

    I think if you say you should change immigration laws for Muslims because some of them are terrorists... then why not change the laws for Germans, because some of them are neo-Nazis? You get good and bad in everything, but because it's really only the bad that we here about when it comes to Muslims we assume that the whole race must be bad, but that just can't be true. Plus if we did change the laws only for Muslims...surely that would just give extremist groups another 'reason' to attack us?

  4. Mahmo profile image60
    Mahmoposted 5 years ago

    Do not forget my friends that today millions of citizens from the USA and Europe earn their living in Islamic countries, and these countries have commercial and other interests  and may face counter policy based on the principle of reciprocity.

 
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